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The Roster of Candidates for the First Party-List Elections

I. Political parties

1. Partido Demokratiko Sosyalista ng Pilipinas (PDSP)

2. Bicol Saro Party

3. Bileg Ti Agkaykaysa nga Ilokano Kien Cordillera (BIAG) Party

4. Peoples Progressive Alliance for Peace and Good Government Towards Alleviation of Poverty and Social Advancement (PAGASA)

5. Democratic Alliance of Mindanaoan for Good Government (DAMGO)

6. Pinag-isang Lakas sa Pagbabago (PINATUBO) Party

7. Pusyon Pilipino (BISAYA)

8. Partido Demokratiko Pilipino Lakas ng Bayan (PDP-LABAN)

9. Abante Anak Bisaya (ABANTE)

10. Progressive Movement of Devolution of Initiatives Political Party of Central Visayas (PROMDI)

11. Lapiang Manggagawa

12. People’s Reform Party

 

II. Sectoral parties

A. Labor

1. Philippine Association of Free Labor Unions (PAFLU)

2. Pambansang Diwa ng Manggagawang Pilipino (PDMP)

3. National Association of Trade Unions (NATU)

4. Democratic Workers’ Party

5. Lakas Manggagawa Labor Center (LMLC)

6. All Workers Alliance Trade Unions (AWATU)

7. Alliance of Filipino Workers (AFW)

8. All Trade Union Congress  Party (ATUCP)

9. National Congress of Unions in the Sugar Industry of the Philippines (NACUSIP)

10. Bagong Pilipino Workers’ Coalition

B. Peasant

1. Coconut Peasants Reform Alliance (COPRA)

2. Philippine Coconut Producers Federation, Inc. (COCOFED)

3. Alyansang Bayanihan ng mga Magsasaka, Manggagawang-Bukid at Mangingisda (ABA)

4. Luzon Farmers Party

5. Mindanao Farmers Party

6. National Federation of Small Coconut Farmers Organization, Inc. (NFSCFO)

7. Buklod ng Isipang Gabay sa Agrikulturang Sambayanan (BIGAS)

8. Visayan Farmers Party

C. Fisherfolk

1. Samahang Bantay at Katubigan para sa Kaunlaran (BANGKA)

D. Cooperative

1. Coop-NATTCO Network Party

E. Urban Poor

1. Partido ng Maralitang Pilipino (PMP)

2. National Urban Poor Assembly (NUPA)

3. Sandigang Maralita (SM)

4. AKO or Adhikain at Kilusan ng Ordinaryong Tao para sa Lupa, Pabahay, Hanapbuhay at Kaunlaran

F. Indigenous Cultural Communities

1. Katribu-Mindanao (KAMI)

2. Assembly of Tribal Ethnic People (ATEP)

3. National Federation of Northern Tribal Councils (NFNTC)

People’s Indigenous Party (PIP)

4. Tribal Communities Association of the Philippines (TRICAP)

5. Partido Katutubong Pilipino

G. Elderly

1. Philpost (POSTAL) Retirees Association of the Philippines (PRAP)

2. Senior Citizens/Elderly Sectoral Party of the Philippines

 

H. Handicapped

1. Pilipinong Maykapansanan Party

2. Alyansa ng may Kapansanan sa Pilipinas (AKAP)

I. Women

1. Abanse! Pinay

2. Babae at Bayan, Isulong! (BABAYI)

3. Ang Bagong Pilipina Women

4. Gloria’s League of Women (GLOW)

5. National Council of Women of the Philippines (NCWP)

J. Youth

1. Kilos Kabataang Pilipino

2. Solid Youth, Philippines

3. Alliance for Youth Solidarity (AYoS)

4. Kabataan ng Masang Pilipino

5. Bago at Responsableng Kabataan para sa mga Demokratikong Hangarin (BARKADAHAN)

6. Alyansa ng Nagkakaisang Kabataan ng Sambayanan para sa Kaunlaran (ANAKBAYAN)

K. Veterans

1. Veterans Care and Welfare Organization  (VETERANS CARE)

2. Sectoral Party of the Veterans Federation of the Philippines (VFP)

3. Federation of Sons and Daughters of Philippine Veterans, Inc. (FSDPV)

L. Overseas Workers

1. Ang Lakas ng Overseas Contract Workers (ANG LAKAS OCW)

2. Ang Bagong Bayani-OFW Labor Party

3. Pinoy OCWs and Seafarers Solidarity Party (Pinoy Overseas Party-KAIBIGAN-UFS Coalition)

4. Visayan Association of the Philippines (BISA)

5. Bagong Bayani Party

6. Party for Overseas Workers’ Empowerment and Reintegration (POWER)

M. Professionals

1. Alliance of Concerned Professionals in Business (ALL PRO)

2. Pag-asa ng Sambayanan (PAG-ASA)

3. Professionals Alliance for Reforms, Integrity, Brotherhood and Advancement (PRO-ARIBA)

4. Philippine Technological Council (PTC)

5. National Constructors Association of the Philippines

N. Organizations

1. Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (PCCI)

2. Anak Mindanao (AMIN)

3. Philippine Jury Movement (JURY FOR BREVITY)

4. Association of the Philippine Electric Cooperatives

5. Barangay Association for Nation Advancement and Transparency (BANAT)

6. Alliance for Natural Law

7. Lady Local Legislators’ League of the Philippines, Inc. (FOUR "L" PHIL., INC.)

8. Ang Lakas ng Bagong Kooperatiba, Inc. (ALAB)

9. Cooperative Union of the Philippines, Inc. (CUP)

10. Philippine Grains Industry Council, Inc.

11. The Maritime Party (TMP)

12. Sagip-Kapwa Foundation, Inc.

13. Progressive Alliance of Citizens for Democracy (PACD)

14. Pambansang Sangguniang Katipunan ng mga Barangay Kagawad ng Pilipinas, Inc. (KATIPUNAN)

15. Alyansa ng mga Batayang Sektor (ABS)

16. Maharlika Foundation for National Transformation, Inc. (MAHARLIKA)

17. National Confederation of Tricycle Operators and Drivers Association of the Philippines (NACTODAP)

18. SANLAKAS

19. Movement for Reform and Enlightenment (MORE)

20. Citizens Movement for Justice, Economy, Environ-ment and Peace (JEEP)

21. Federation of Jeepney Operators and Drivers Association of the Phils., Inc. (FEJODAP)

22. AKBAYAN! (Citizens’ Action Party)

 

 

 

 

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